Washing your face at the end of everyday is crucial, regardless of if you wear a full face of makeup or just a swipe of mascara and lipstick. Ask any beauty and skincare aficionado and they’ll likely tell you that removing your makeup isn’t the same as washing your face. Yes, it’s a great first step but it’s not the only step.
If you’re guilty of this, you may be now in the market to buy a cleanser that won’t only help get all traces of makeup off your face — a face wipe can only do so much — but also address your skincare concerns like acne, redness, and dehydration. When looking to buy a new cleanser, obviously price plays an important part. Just because one might be expensive, it doesn’t mean it’s the best cleanser and it certainly doesn’t mean the cheapies are crap.